My furuya-ishi

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My furuya-ishi

Post  suisekipr on Tue May 17, 2011 1:15 am

This is my Furuya-ishi
name is "Rasha kinshi" Daiza Kinji made ​​by Nakata. beautiful Daiza!
" First year of the Heisei period (1989), an 'auspicious day' in March"


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Re: My furuya-ishi

Post  dick benbow on Tue May 17, 2011 1:22 am

beautiful stone. I've only been scrambling up the river banks for just two years. I think I'd pass out if i ever found anything like that on one of my hunts. Nice daiza, would love to see it in an olde doban as well.

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Re: My furuya-ishi

Post  Chris Cochrane on Tue May 17, 2011 2:17 am

Nice stone, Omar!

Hi Dick... A Furuya-ishi with clay adhering to its bottom should not be placed in a tray, which is intended for only water-aged suiseki. The stone has a daiza designed in what Jesus Quintas describes as as "Chinese-platform" style in his book Q-seki. Since distribution of these Japanese stones was originally controlled by a local daimyo & the Imperial family as stones in Chinese style, maintaining this style of daiza mounting is both traditional and elevated.

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